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muchacho

noun

a young man

Word Origin

Spanish

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  • He despatched a muchacho at once to fetch the future admiral.

  • “You know that is not the one we use, muchacho,” (little boy), remarked Lolita.

    Red Men and White Owen Wister
  • "If there's a Thursday boat, I'll wreck it," said Trask, and clapped his hands for the muchacho.

    Isle o' Dreams Frederick F. Moore
  • In truth, I was not expecting you, muchacho (boy); but never mind; you are welcome.

    The Bee Hunters Gustave Aimard
  • Yes, muchacho, like a litter of prairie dogs in their earth.

    The Bee Hunters Gustave Aimard
  • Equally effective is the "muchacho" on the coasts of Mexico.

  • The muchacho, in a corner of the room, turned something with a sharp click.

    Caybigan James Hopper
  • And say to them all, muchacho, that the Pajaro sails for Panama at three this afternoon.

    Whirligigs

    O. Henry
  • At the same time he called out, "muchacho, pan el vino en la mesa, and we 'll think of somewhat to eat."

    Confessions Of Con Cregan Charles James Lever
  • I am proud of you, muchacho; for you are my handiwork, and I congratulate myself on my success in producing so complete a monster.

    The Bee Hunters Gustave Aimard

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